WACO (August 3, 2012)--One man was arrested as authorities from several agencies served simultaneous search warrants Thursday evening in Waco and recovered a list of items including two NCAA championship rings stolen from the home of Baylor associate track coach Michael Ford, who helped coach Olympic gold medalists Jeremy Wariner and Darold Williamson.
Nabil Hakim, 63, was arrested during the sweep and was charged with possession of a dangerous drug, possession of a controlled substance, theft of a firearm and unauthorized use of food stamps.
Jail records Friday afternoon indicate Hakim posted bonds totaling $16,000 Friday morning and was released.
Police officers from McGregor and Waco, along with agents from the state comptroller's office, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, and U.S. Department of Agriculture, simultaneously served search warrants Thursday evening at an apartment on Sanger Avenue and a convenience store at 18th Street and Herring Avenue in Waco.
Police said Friday the search warrants were part of a major undercover narcotics investigation.
Officers seized drugs including K2 and hydrocodone, computers, guns and stolen property, and $7,300 in cash from the apartment and the business, which Hakim owns.
The investigation is continuing and more arrests may follow, police said.